3-Series (E46, E90)Chat relating to the BMW 3-Series from 1999 to Current. Models include: BMW 316i, BMW 318i, BMW 318Ci, BMW 320i, BMW 323i, BMW 325i, BMW 330i, BMW 328 Ci, BMW 328i, BMW 325i/xi, BMW 330Ci, BMW 320d, BMW 330d, BMW 335d.
i just wanna know how in the hell do you burn out in a 325ci e46, cuz i ve only done it like 3 times, its like when i get to like 4 to 5,000 rpms i drop the clutch and it just catches, and if i take it up from 5 to 6,000 some time it will jerk or worse it will red line and i wont be moving even though the clutch has been dropped.
u cant just drop the clutch, u have to get to the almost engage point, press the clutch a tiny bit more to disengage, then reve high, let go of the little clutch ur still holding onto, u should be good.....btw, i dont encourage u doing this....
naw its not 4 power and all that, its because i wanted to get into drifting, and u have to drop the clutch while your turning to lose traction to get side ways........... at least thats what ive been told. and since bmw is different from the asian cars i figured i'd ask ppl that have bmw's.
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